Liquefied Petroleum Gas as Automotive Fuel in Environmental Protection
AbstractThis paper considers the possibilities of using liquefied petroleumgas (LPG) as alternative fuel for propelling Olio enginesin passenger cars. The advantages of using LPG comparedto petrol are reflected in the reduced emission of harmfulgases, lower price. The disadvantages include the costs of installingthe gas equipment, occupying part of the boot, as well asfew gas filling stations. In spite of the disadvantages, liquefiedpetroleum gas is claimed to be the fuel of the future.
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